Subsea Engineer at Calaya Engineering Services Limited
Calaya Engineering Services is a limited liability company that is specialized in Industrial & Oil Field Chemicals, Well Operations & Wellhead Maintenance, Corrosion Control, Monitoring & Prevention, Steel Structure Design, Construction & Fabrication, Cathodic Protection Services, Sand blasting & Coating, Calibration, Certification and Pressure Testing, Hybrid Acoustic Technology (HAT), Statutory Inspections and Nondestructive Testing, Waste & Environmental Management and Procurement.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Subsea Engineer
About the Job
Situation in Organization:
- Reports to: Subsea Manager
- No direct reports within TEPNG organization but provides oversight to junior supervisors and offshore service contractor personnel
- This position is ‘’Safety Critical’ ’: First contact in the ‘’Chain of Command’’ and occasionally acts as RSES-D for vessel operations. Demonstrates personal and team commitment to Company policies, standards, codes of conduct and HSE requirements.
- Accountable for the execution of subsea and XT operations and aspects of completion, interventions, work-over, and drilling operations, in compliance with codes of practice, safety and environmental protection, all while optimizing costs and lead times. (Up to $20M per well operation).
- Directly responsible for up to 30 service contractor personnel depending on ongoing offshore operations.
- Through a continual improvement of equipment, services and operational procedures directly contribute to the DCD cost savings and performance objectives.
- Demonstrates personal commitment to TEPNG’s HSE Policy.
- Maintains awareness of and ensures compliance with all relevant Statutory and Company HSE standards.
- Actively participates in Company safety awareness/initiative schemes and audits to ensure the contractors under his/her responsibility are compliant.
- Where applicable, is part of the on-site management emergency response team and provides technical knowledge
- Ensures and verifies that a valid PTW has been compiled and put in place for each operational task, with all associated risks captured.
- Ensures continuous reporting of safety and environmental concerns/incidents within his/her team.
- Is certified (IWCF and COC) and contributes to the prevention of COMPANYs biggest industrial risk (Loss of well control/ well blow out)
- Acts as the Offshore Focal point: Safety, technical and operational leader for all subsea operations in OML 130 DW assets.
- Oversees / supervises deep offshore (multi-million USD) deepwater Subsea operations on drilling rigs, OIMR & LWI vessels
- Preparation, planning, optimization, execution and follow up of the Deepwater Subsea operations: Rig/vessel upgrade, Top hole (wellhead/PGB systems), Upper completions (Tubing hangers, SLS etc.), Well test and intervention: (EDP,LRP,TFA,IWOCS etc), Tree on wire operations TOW & Life of Field Support : (TRT, ART, Mini-WOCS, SCM & choke insert change out etc).
- Leads all pre-Service meetings and tool box talks for subsea related operations
- Provides financial oversight and responsibility for equipment, personnel and processes during the Service execution phase - responsible for up to 20MUSD operational spend for deepwater subsea operation.
- Regularly acts as offshore interface focal point between DCD and other TEPNG departments (Field ops, GSR, ECP, HSE etc).
- Ensures accurate operational reporting via the WELLVIEW system.
- Ensures accurate operational and logistic planning by creating and distributing a structured planning document to all stake holders. Thus organizing equipment and personnel movements in-line with the operational plan.
- Mentors Junior supervisors and young engineers on offshore assignments.
- Drives a LEAN and continuous improvement culture within his team offshore and communicates appropriately with the onshore team:
- Captures and communicates lessons learned with onshore, service company and other stakeholders
- Provides input to the DW DCD KPI and CPI database, and benchmarks operations against ‘’best composite’’ performance
- Actively Participates in monthly performance meetings with the onshore team
- Closes out any highlighted improvement actions.
- Perform post Service closure:
- Operational debriefs and prepare report of lessons learned (continual improvement philosophy)
- Assist in preparation of handover and end of well reports (subsea section).
- Ensure subsea completion data are properly entered and attachment joined in Wellview data base.
- Occasionally Performs key onshore roles including:
- Writing operational reports
- Vetting / overseeing equipment testing and maintenance at ONSHORE SERVICE base
- Participating in HAZIDS/HAZOPS and onshore risk assessments
- Participating in contractor site / process technical and safety audits
- Participate in contractors’ Service Quality & Contracts Review Meetings
- Deep water environment (up to 1600m operation water depth) on a 6th generation drillship with high daily cost exposure (~ $1.5m/day rig rate)
- Works within and supervises multiple culturally and professionally transverse people.
- Safety critical role (Training and certification allows direct involvement in major risk prevention - blow-out)
- Transverse activities across all disciplines within DCD and ouside (HSE, projects,logitics, Field operations, ECP etc)
- Safely and efficiently delivers subsea completions, interventions, clean-ups and Workovers operations
- Key initiator and Implementer of performance and cost improvement processes, procedures and initiaitves.
Qualifications / Experience Required
- Bachelor of Engineering / Tech or Diploma
- Minimum of 5-15 years relevant technical experience and offshore subsea/intervention/completion roles
- Experience in SPS equipment installation for main SPS contractors (Onesubsea, TechnipFMC, Aker Solutions) and sub-contractors such as Expro, Diamould & ROV tooling contractors.
How to Apply
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